Community Conduct Standards

The College of Idaho is concerned for the welfare and personal development of each of its students. The college recognizes and affirms the values of personal responsibility and accountability and seeks to provide an atmosphere where these values are supported.

It should be recognized, however, that the college does not operate in a vacuum. Students and other members of the college community are a part of a larger society. Students are subject to the same federal, state and local regulations as the general public. Your actions reflect not only on yourself, but also on the college and its relationship within the community.

All inappropriate actions, activities or behaviors may not be specifically covered in these misconduct categories.  However, actions, activities or behaviors that are reasonably similar to the conduct standards specified as inappropriate in the Catalog or Student Conduct Code, may be considered misconduct and inconsistent with the reasonable standards of behavior that C of I expects from its students.

The following policy statements have been established to protect the rights of all students. If you have any questions or comments, please contact a member of the Student Affairs staff.